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The lighting division of Crossey Engineering of Toronto has just received four awards from the Illuminating Enginee...
The lighting division of Crossey Engineering of Toronto has just received four awards from the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IESNA).
Consullux Lighting Consultants at Crossey received the Edwin F. Guth Special Citation Award 2004 in Tampa, Florida on July 28 for the design of the lighting in the Atrium of the Detroit Symphony’s new Max M. Fisher Center.
The second award they received was the Edwin F. Guth Award of Merit 2004 for the restoration and refurbishment of the lighting in the same building. The design team members at Consullux were W.G. Eley, P. Eng. and Ion Luh. Both of the awards were won with Diamond & Schmitt Architects of Toronto.
As well this year, Consullux received an IESNA Award of Merit for their work at the Technology Enhanced Learning Centre at York University (Moriyama & Teshima Architects), and an IESNA Award of Merit for their work at the AstraZeneca Administrative Complex in Mississauga (WZMH Architects). The Crossey/Consullux design team members for the award of merit projects were David Young and Campbell Corbet, Duane Waite, Allyson Chrysler and Wallace Eley.
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